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  1. weld

    • IPA[weld]

    美式

    • v.
      join together (metal pieces or parts) by heating the surfaces to the point of melting using a blowtorch, electric arc, or other means, and uniting them by pressing, hammering, etc.;forge (an article) by welding.
    • n.
      a welded joint.
    • verb: weld, 3rd person present: welds, gerund or present participle: welding, past tense: welded, past participle: welded

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. join together (metal pieces or parts) by heating the surfaces to the point of melting using a blowtorch, electric arc, or other means, and uniting them by pressing, hammering, etc.:

      the truck had spikes welded to the back

    • 2. forge (an article) by welding.
    • 3. unite (pieces of plastic or other material) by melting or softening of surfaces in contact.
    • 4. cause to combine and form a harmonious or effective whole:

      his efforts to weld together the religious parties ran into trouble

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a welded joint.

      the truck had spikes welded to the back

    • v.
      join by welding at a number of separate points:
    • the wire was spot-welded in place
    • n.
      a weld made by spot-welding.
    • the wire was spot-welded in place

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    • v.
      join by welding at a number of separate points:
    • the wire was spot-welded in place
    • n.
      each of the welds so made.
    • the wire was spot-welded in place

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    • v.
      weld (something) with the edges overlapping.
    • the wire was spot-welded in place
    • n.
      a weld made with the edges overlapping.
    • the wire was spot-welded in place

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    • v.
      weld (something) with the edges overlapping.
    • the wire was spot-welded in place
    • n.
      a weld with overlapping edges.
    • the wire was spot-welded in place

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    • v. join (a piece of metal) to another without the use of heat, by forcing them together so hard that the surface oxide films are disrupted and adhesion occurs.

    • the wire was spot-welded in place

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    • v. join (a piece of metal) to another without the use of heat, by forcing them together so hard that the surface oxide films are disrupted and adhesion occurs.

    • the wire was spot-welded in place

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    • IPA[wɛld]

    英式

    • v.
      join together (metal parts) by heating the surfaces to the point of melting with a blowpipe, electric arc, or other means, and uniting them by pressing, hammering, etc.:
    • steel plates were being welded

      the truck had spikes welded to the back

    • n.
      a welded joint.
    • steel plates were being welded

      the truck had spikes welded to the back

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    • IPA[wɛld]

    英式

    • n.
      a widely distributed plant related to mignonette, yielding a yellow dye.
    • steel plates were being welded

      the truck had spikes welded to the back

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    • IPA[weld]

    美式

    • n.
      a widely distributed plant related to mignonette, yielding a yellow dye.
    • steel plates were being welded

      the truck had spikes welded to the back

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  2. 知識+

    • solder, weld的不同

      weld(鍛接):意思是直接鍛燒(通電或加熱) 讓本來的物理性質暫時改變而連接在一起 solder(焊接):意思是加熱銲錫 讓溶融的銲錫連接兩個金屬 weld是直接銲 solder是加上別的金屬銲上去 希望對你有幫助!

    • weld splashes中翻英~急(請不要用翻譯軟體)

      ...高腐蝕性應力, 以及–如適用時–機械應力的影響 2.free from weld splashes and pile-up on the surface   表面無噴渣和堆積物.

    • 英文期刊1. Introduction翻譯

      Welding is a reliable and efficient metal-joining process widely used in industry...industry and thick plates are normally joined by multipass welding. When analyzing multipass welding one also ...